To my fellows and gals from Droid nation, I had installed the Cyanogenmod ROM a few weeks ago using droidmod and ROM manager. Here's what I'm currently running Baseband Version: C_01.3E.01P Mod Version: CyanogenMod-126.96.36.199-Droid Build Number: voles-userdebug 2.1 ERE25 23960 test-keys Upon hearing that Verizon and Moto will finally be releasing an OTA update for the Droid. I attempted to unroot my phone and go back to the verizon stock 2.0.1. I though it would be an easy process... Needless to say I've royally borked my unrooting :icon_eek:. My process consisted of the following: 1. Use ROM manager to do a Flash Clockworkmod Recovery 2. Use DroidMod to go back to 2.0.1 something went wrong in the process. I rebooted holding the X button to go into recovery. I applied the update.zip (which was the update.zip for the stock 2.0.1 I realized much too late) and now it appears that I lost my superuser access and settings on ROM manager and DM updater are borked. see below: Flash ClockworkMod Recovery Current Recovery: Unknown Latest Recovery: ClockworkMod 188.8.131.52 when I attempt to do a FlashClockworkMod Recovery I obtain the following message: "An error occurred while attempting to run priviledged commands" Using Droidmod Updater gives me the following message: "Looks like your phone is rooted, but you have not given DM updater access yet. You *must* check the remember box!" when I press check again the same box keeps opening in an endless loop. I went to the Superuser Permission program by touching the Ninja icon. When this program opens up and it gives me a black screen with nothing else. I figured this is where the super user permissions needed to be fixed. I've still got a clockworkmod directory in my SD card with a backup directory and a download directory. So my phone still works but it appears that it's stuck on Cyanogen 184.108.40.206 (which is an excellent ROM). I've run out of options after doing some googling. I just want to go back to stock 2.0.1. Please help! Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated. Thanks you all for your time. I'm proud to be part of the droid community!